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Doggielover68

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  1. Cool. I have no beef with vaccinated people. The more the better. I'm angry at the people who are making excuses.
  2. Again, not a right. It is a luxury! You don't have to cancel your life. But you can't get whatever you want. Even colleges require vaccines. If you need a vaccine for college, you definitely need one for an optional activity.
  3. I'll probably switch over to a cruiseline that requires vaccines. If carnival doesn't, it's a big fail.
  4. Or, you could get vaccinated to help protect everyone.
  5. AMEN. Vacation is a privilege that should only be awarded to people who do the right thing. Remember back in the beginning of the pandemic when people told "scared people" to stay home? Well if you're afraid to get the vaccine, STAY HOME.
  6. False. Florida still has a testing positivity rate of over 10%, which places Florida pretty high on the list for cases. That also doesn't include the spring break idiots that took covid home to other states as a souvenir.
  7. It's not shady when people voluntarily pay up. It's been a hassle for sure, but I feel like Carnival handled it pretty well. I would have requested a refund right from the beginning, but I paid half of my fare with gift cards. By the time I actually get to go on my prepaid cruise, I will have booked, and paid for it almost 3 years ago. Since they are offering the option to cancel with no penalty, they are doing nothing wrong.
  8. Please don't. Adults go to adults only areas for a reason. If you want to grab a pre dinner drink, I'd suggest taking them outside of the bar area. There are plenty of family friendly areas to lounge and very few adults only spaces.
  9. Probably the same amount of rust or more since the crew has been limited and the ships still sit in the ocean.
  10. This is the ultimate list of first world problems. "I'm going on a luxury vacation that many people would never be able to afford and I have to wear a piece of cloth on my face. Poor me." I get it, masks and restrictions are annoying. My glasses fog up, my ears hurt, I have acne, etc. However, I would gladly deal with those minor inconveniences to be able to look at something other than my house. For the past year, I leave my house only to get groceries. In 2019, I spent 4 weeks out of the country on vacation. I'm ready to go just about anywhere at this point.
  11. I would like regular straws for frozen drinks, but I can do without for everything else. I drink slowly and my sugar straws tend to melt shut before I can finish a daiquiri. Then again, if they provided straws for select drinks, people ordering other drinks would just ask for straws and the staff would comply, so I understand why they don't have them at all. I just wish I could vacation at all.
  12. If you get sick at Walmart, Disney, on a plane, at home, at a hotel, etc, you're not too far from a hospital. If you get sick on a ship, good luck.
  13. Since covid, the only trips I've been on have been ones where I could stay away from people. Camping and boating, hiking, and beach trips are great options (preferably if you can go by car). In October, I'm going to Hawaii. Hoping that most of the population will be vaccinated by then, but I'll still be able to stay isolated from others if need be. In 2022, I'd like to get back to traveling internationally.
  14. I'm assuming that carnival sponsored excursions may be different than the usual selections. They may very well have options to transport guest to a beach and back (like when ships have been stranded in ports with mechanical errors. We'll see what happens
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